Indiana - State Standards, Teacher Certification, Job Postings
 
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Indiana
Information on State Teaching Standards, Teacher Certification Requirements, Job Postings, and More
 
 
Indiana Department of Education  - This is the main website for Indiana's education department.  Here you can get all that you need to know about the official state curriculum.  This is a valuable resource for both K-12 classroom teachers and homeschooling parents. Please note that this state is not part of the Common Core initiative.
 
Office of Educator Licensing and Development (OELD) - This is the direct link to the state government webpage for becoming a licensed teacher in the state of Indiana.  To teach in a public school in Indiana or any other state, you must be licensed to teach by the state education department.
 
Tips:  Farms...fields of corn...John Cougar Mellencamp singing about little pink houses...these are the images that come to mind when thinking of Indiana.  Indiana is largely rural, and even the capital (and largest city), Indianapolis, can seem fairly rural at times.  If your bent is more conservative, and you prefer small town life, you will love living and teaching just about anywhere in the state of Indiana.  And if you like rural charm but enjoy big-city get-aways, try looking for a job in or around Portage or Gary, because they're both only about an hour from Chicago.
 
 
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